BIOS too old
I think this issue probably had been brought up before. But I can't find a
satisfactory answer in the Ubuntu support database yet.
I think my BIOS (Windows XP) is too old. It can only boot from floppy drive, dvd
drive, network, and hard drive (in that order). I got to the step of having
Ubuntu 10.04 on a USB stick but I can't boot from it. What can I do?
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